Adventurous Activities in DISNEYLAND
Overlooked by verdant hills and unique rock formations, E'tretat has long been popular with artists.
Calanque d'en Vau
This hidden gem is sheltered by cliffs and takes 2 hours to reach, but it is worth it for a slice of paradise.
Plage de Collioure
Clear, shallow waters make Plage de Collioure the perfect beach for families with small children.
Omaha Beach, famous for its role in the D-Day landings in World War 2, is a sandy beach that's popular with families.
This medieval cathedral sits on a small island in the middle of the Seine. Hugo's Hunchback of Notre Dame is set here.
Palace of Versailles
Once occupied by Louis XIII, the Palace of Versailles is now one of France's most popular tourist attractions
The Louvre is home to some of the world's most famous artworks, including the Mona Lisa and Venus de Milo.
The Parisian skyline is dominated by the Eiffel Tower, and a trip to the top offers amazing views of a fairytale city.
No trip to France is complete without sampling some of its wine. Burgundy is a wonderful place for a vineyard tour.
Shopping in Paris
From world famous luxury brands to stylish boutique shops, Paris is the perfect location for upmarket retail therapy.
Les Trois Vallees includes resorts Courchevel and Meribel and is one of the world's biggest interconnected ski areas.
Whether you're travelling with the kids or want to be a big kid yourself, Disneyland Paris is full of magic.
French onion soup
A popular starter in French restaurants, French onion soup is a rich broth topped with melted cheese and croutons.
French bakeries or boulangeries open early and are full of tempting almond croissants and pain au chocolat.
Snails served in their shells with garlic butter are a popular delicacy in France. Don't knock it until you've tried it.
Crepes are thin pancakes that can be sweet or savoury. Creperies are popular in Brittany and Normandy.
French ski resorts excel at après-ski - the post-ski party that often involves beers, shots and table dancing.
Start your night with a glass on a café terrace in Vieux Nice, before heading off to a champagne bar or trendy club.
Kick off your Marseille night out with a drink or 3 at Cours Julien, a square lined with bars that's close to the port.
A great place to drink late in Paris is on one of the hip barge-bars that can be found moored along the Seine.